College Park’s [whiter, older homeowner] residents say there’s too much development


College Park, Maryland

At a special Aug. 19, 2020, meeting, College Park City Council received a briefing on a community feedback effort designed to help guide city policymakers develop a five-year  strategic plan for the city.  Many of the findings are either not-surprising or noncontroversial: respondents liked College Park’s green spaces, they...
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